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Fall 2022, Volume 62, No. 3

Perspectives on Environment and Climate Change

HEALTHADAPT PROJECT INSPIRED PUBLIC HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS ACROSS CANADA

Trial by fire
  • By Laura Chow, Craig Brown, Emily Peterson,and Michael Schwandt
Addressing the health impacts of climate change through planning
  • By Tracey Wade

NET ZERO PLANS OFFER COLD COMFORT TO CANADIANS
  • By Richard Laszlo and Tonja Leach

TRAFFIC EVAPORATION
  • By Eric Doherty

PLANNING A SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENT CITY
  • By Melissa Jort-Conway and Birgit Isernhagen

WHAT'S STIRRING IN KAMLOOPS?
  • By Krista Macaulay

PUSHING THE GREEN BUILDING ENVELOPE
  • By Kate Macmillan and Joseli Macedo

FACING OUR FEARS
  • By Tara Lynne Clapp, Megan Gereghty, Olimpia Pantelimon, Carla Stewart, and Brenda Wallace

INTEGRATING NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS IN RURAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
  • By Odessa Cohen

LEADING WITH LANDSCAPE
  • By Jane Welsh

HEALTHYDESIGN.CITY TOOLS AIM TO HELP PLANNERS ADVANCE CLIMATE ADAPTATION, PUBLIC HEALTH AND EQUITY
  • By Jeffrey R. Brook, Dany Doiron, Allan Mckee, and Eleanor Setton

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  • Editors' Note
  • CIP Honours and Awards
  • Fellows' Corner
  • Planning Research Digest
  • Planner's Bookshelf
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Fall 2022, Volume 62, No. 3

Perspectives on Environment and Climate Change

HEALTHADAPT PROJECT INSPIRED PUBLIC HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS ACROSS CANADA

Trial by fire
  • By Laura Chow, Craig Brown, Emily Peterson,and Michael Schwandt
Addressing the health impacts of climate change through planning
  • By Tracey Wade

NET ZERO PLANS OFFER COLD COMFORT TO CANADIANS
  • By Richard Laszlo and Tonja Leach

TRAFFIC EVAPORATION
  • By Eric Doherty

PLANNING A SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENT CITY
  • By Melissa Jort-Conway and Birgit Isernhagen

WHAT'S STIRRING IN KAMLOOPS?
  • By Krista Macaulay

PUSHING THE GREEN BUILDING ENVELOPE
  • By Kate Macmillan and Joseli Macedo

FACING OUR FEARS
  • By Tara Lynne Clapp, Megan Gereghty, Olimpia Pantelimon, Carla Stewart, and Brenda Wallace

INTEGRATING NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS IN RURAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
  • By Odessa Cohen

LEADING WITH LANDSCAPE
  • By Jane Welsh

HEALTHYDESIGN.CITY TOOLS AIM TO HELP PLANNERS ADVANCE CLIMATE ADAPTATION, PUBLIC HEALTH AND EQUITY
  • By Jeffrey R. Brook, Dany Doiron, Allan Mckee, and Eleanor Setton

Also in this issue:
  • Editors' Note
  • CIP Honours and Awards
  • Fellows' Corner
  • Planning Research Digest
  • Planner's Bookshelf

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Summer 2022, Volume 62, No. 2

Suburban Transformation

CANADA IS A SUBURBAN NATION
  • By David Gordon and Megan Smythe

ALBERTA'S ANNEXING MUNICIPALITIES: BETTING ON SUBURBAN GROWTH
  • By Cody Gretzinger

COMPLETE COMMUNITIES: IDEAS TO TRANSFORM THE SUBURB
  • By Jill L Grant

CHANGES IN THE BUILT FORM OF CANADA'S SUBURBS
  • By Pierre Filion, Ray Tomalty, and Craig Townsend

REFLECTIONS ON SUBURBAN TRANSFORMATION IN NORTH VANCOUVER, BC
  • By Suzy Lunn

NEW SUBURBANISM 
  • By David R. Hardy

URBANIZING SUBURBIA IN CANADA: ISSUES, TRENDS, PERSPECTIVES
  • By Alex Taranu

BEYOND DENSITY
  • By Katherine Perrott

FORM-BASED CODES: A TOOL FOR SUBURBAN TRANSFORMATION
  • By Marta Goldsmith and Louis Mazerolle

SO, YOU HAVE DECLARED A CLIMATE CHANGE EMERGENCY: NOW WHAT? THE URGENT NEED FOR SUSTAINABLE SUBURBAN TRANSFORMATION
  • By Daniel Leeming and Kristy Kilbourne

LEGALIZING SURVIVAL: RECONSIDERING ANTI-HOMELESS PUBLIC SPACES IN HALIFAX
  • By Madison Kennedy and Lisa Berglund

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  • Editors' Note
  • Fellows' Corner
  • Planning Research Digest
  • Planner's Bookshelf

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Spring 2022, Volume 62, No. 1

The Future of Work

AUTOMATION, TELEWORK AND THE GIG ECONOMY

  • By Marc Frenette, René Morissette, Yuri Ostrovsky, and Grant Schellenberg

 
LAND USE PLANNING IN A POST-PANDEMIC WORLD

  • By Eric Aderneck

 
REBOOTING THE WAY WE PLAN FOR WORK

  • By Melanie Hare

 
NEIGHBOURHOOD POCKET PARKS AS CATALYSTS FOR SOCIA-ECONOMIC RESILIENCE

  • By Gloria Venczel

 
THE EVOLUTION OF EMPLOYMENT LAND

  • By Antony P. Lorius

 
CHALLENGES OF GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT AMIDST THE HOUSING CRISIS

  • By Casandra Begin and Hena Kabir

 
WORLD VIEWS ON WORK

  • By Glenn Miller

Also in this issue:

  • Editors’ Note
  • Fellows' Corner
  • Planning Research Digest
  • Planner's Bookshelf

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Winter 2021, Volume 61, No. 4

State of the Profession

THE FUTURE OF THE PROFESSION: START WITH ETHICS AND KNOWLEDGE 

  • By John Farrow

PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS REVIEW 

  • By Vicki Bryanton

REPAIRING THE PIPELINE TO PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION FOR BIPOC AND IEP PLANNERS IN CANADA

  • By Leela Viswanathan

THE STATE OF PLANNING EDUCATION IN ONTARIO

  • By Siobhan Kelly, Holly Stemberger, and Regan Zink

FROM CLASSROOMS TO BOARDROOMS 

  • By Jennifer Dean, Zhixi Cecilia Zhuang, and Sara Edge

ACCESSIBILITY AND DISABILITY

  • By Salem Eyob, Merve Kolcak, and Samantha Biglieri

PLANNER AS CONVENER

  • By Marina Jozipovic, Brenda Madrazo, and Matt Thomson

PLANNING FOR RECONCILIATION IN CANADIAN CITIES

  • By Sarem Nejad

PLANNING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE 

  • By Kacia Tolsma, Alison Shaw, and Kelly Learned

CAREER PERSPECTIVES IN PLANNING 

  • By Lisa Salsberg, Elicia Elliott, and Michelle Kearns

MAPPING VANCOUVER'S SLOW STREETS IN THE CONTEXT OF EQUALITY

  • By Claire Lee and Patricia Collins

Also in this issue:

  • Editors’ Note
  • Fellows' Corner
  • Planning Research Digest
  • Planner's Bookshelf

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Fall 2021, Volume 61, No. 3

Planning Pecha Kucha

STRENGTHENING CONNECTIONS ACROSS URBAN CANADA

  • By Jennifer Barrett

MODERNIZING CANADA PARKS PERMITS 

  • By Tessa Fortier, Daniel Mercer, and Allison Donnelly 

BRINGING BACK THE NIGHT  

  • By Sheena Jardine-Olade, Nicole Ives-Allison, and Martyna Turczynowicz 

FROM CARROTS TO COMMUNITY GARDENS 

  • By Karin Kleiwer

LETTING GO 

  • By Erik Backstrom and Carley Holt 

ÊTRE DE SON TEMPS 

  • By Julie Ozell 

A VOLUNTEER’S GUIDE TO PLANNING IN CALGARY 

  • By Edward Spink and Adetoun Osuntogun 

PRACTICING EXCLUSION 

  • By Cara Chellew 

RECONCILIATION THROUGH PLACEMAKING 

  • By Perry Stein, Jillian Bracken, and Andrew Malcolm 

LES JEUNES AGISSENT SUR LEUR MILIEU DE VIE 

  • Par Julien Voyer

REINVENTING THE FAMILY FARM 

  • By Pamela Duesling, Emily C. Sousa, and Wayne Caldwell 

A FRESH TAKE ON ENGAGEMENT 

  • By Katie Price and Joanna Burris 

MUNICIPAL FUNDING FOR THE NONPROFIT SECTOR 

  • By Dominique Clément 

Also in this issue:

  • Editors’ Note
  • Fellows' Corner
  • Planning Research Digest
  • Planner's Bookshelf

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Summer 2021, Volume 61, No. 2

Our Aging Population

Understanding the diversity of Canadian seniors

  • By Doug Norris


Older Indigenous people, health, and planning in Canada: a call for thoughtful engagement

  • By Jonathan Boron, Katherine Levett, and Myfannwy Pope


What can planners do to help seniors age in place?

  • By Arlene Etchen


The case for visitability

  • By Amina Menkad and Joanna Ilunga-Kapinga


COVID-19 and the forgotten densities of long-term care

  • By Julian Iacobelli, Samantha Biglieri, Lorenzo De Vidovich, and Roger Keil


près la zone scolaire, pourquoi pas la « zone santé » pour un vieillissement actif ?

  • Par Mikael St-Pierre, Simon Chouinard-Laliberté, et Audrey Lise Mallet


Breaking up with cars is hard to do

  • By Krista Macaulay


Nested aging: Lifecycles in the vertical city

  • By Maxwell Hartt, Brian Webb, and James T. White


Innovative, intergenerational housing empowers women

  • By Carla Guerrera
     

Affordability: A key component of accessibility

  • By Amanda McCulley


Gerald Hodge FCIP/ FICU 1931-2017

  • By Glenn Miller

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  • Editors’ Note
  • Fellow’s Corner
  • Planning Research Digest
  • Planner’s Bookshelf

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Spring 2021, Volume 61, No. 1

Social and racial equity

CITY OF LAND REMEMBERING
  • By Kamala Todd

RACIAL INEQUITIES IN RURAL, REMOTE AND NORTHERN CANADIAN PLANNING PLANNERS CAN HELP MAIN STREETS ADAPT AND RECOVER
  • By Jonathan Boron, Katherine Levett, and Myfannwy Pope

THE CASE OF NIGERIA'S SUNGBO EREDO 
  • By Francis Kodjo Kwashie

URBAN PLANNING EDUCATION AFTER BLACK LIVES MATTER 
  • By Cecille de Laurentis

SPATIAL MARGINALITY AND TORONTO'S PRIORITY NEIGHBOURHOODS 
  • By Rahma Siad-Togane

SPATIAL INEQUITIES AND INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS IN APARTHEID AND POST-APARTHEID SOUTH AFTICA 
  • By Sinovuyo Lehlohonolo Mnyanda

APPRECIATING THE NATURAL HERITAGE LANDSCAPES IN LOW INCOME 'HOODS 
  • By Shannon Holness

EDMONTON'S ZONING MAKEOVER IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR EQUITY 
  • By Livia Balone, Felipe Canavera, and Jason Syvixay

"IN HONOUR OF THE VILLAGE WE HAVE TODAY" 
  • By Darrien Morton, Zoë Mager, Michael Redhead Champagne, Nigaanii Wabiski Mikanak Ogichidaa
FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT 
  • By Darrien Morton, Zoë Mager, Michael Redhead Champagne, Nigaanii Wabiski Mikanak Ogichidaa
CARE-FULL MOVEMENT 
  • By Leslie Kern
Disability justice in the city
  • By Thea Kurdi and Anika Abdullah
WE'VE PAINTED A RAINBOW CROSSWALK. NOW WHAT?
  • By Tiffany Muller Myrdahl
 CHALLENGING FROM WITHIN
  • By Jason Syvixay and Lyla Peter
 WE ARE CARRING OUR BUNDLES FORWARD
  • By Kamala Todd
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  • Editors’ Note
  • Fellows' Corner
  • Research Digest
  • Bookshelf

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Winter 2020, Volume 60, No. 4

The pandemic and beyond

TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE AND COVID-19
  • By Matthew Robinson

HOW PLANNERS CAN HELP MAIN STREETS ADAPT AND RECOVER
  • By Judy Morgan

CONNECTING ACROSS CULTURES
  • By Aaron Lao and Belle Cheung

PARKS AND THE PANDEMIC
  • By Sasha Mosky and Mikiko Terashima

PANDEMIC PATIOS AND “FLAT WHITE” URBANISM
  • By Amina Yasin and Daniella Fergusson

RACIALIZED IMPACTS OF COVID-19
  • By Robin Basalaev-Binder and Kevin Manaugh

COVID-19 AND UNCERTAINTY
  • By Pierre Filion, Markus Moos, and Jean Andrey

RUES LUDIQUES ET RUES-ÉCOLES
  • By Julien Voyer, Audrey Lise Mallet, Katherine Frohlich, and Mikael St-Pierre

HOW COVID-19 AFFECTED OTTAWA’S APPROACH TO PLANNING
  • By Stephen Willis, Inge Roosendaal, and Alain Miguelez

PUBLIC TRANSPORT DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
  • By Ajay Agarwal and Claire Lee

WHAT DOES PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT LOOK LIKE DURING A GLOBAL PANDEMIC?
  • By Dallas Clowes, Stirling Scory, and Jana Zelenski

CIP HONOURS AND AWARDS
 
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  • Editors’ Note
  • Fellow’s Corner
  • Planning Research Digest
  • Planner’s Bookshelf

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Fall 2020, Volume 60, No. 3

Are intelligent communities a smart way to go?

FROM SMART TO MORE INTELLIGENT COMMUNITIES
  • By John G. Jung
ENHANCING SOCIAL RESILIENCE WITH THE RIGHT SMART TECHNOLOGIES
  • By Ashita Parekh and Stuart Hamre
LESSONS FROM PLANNING QUAYSIDE
  • By Pino Di Mascio
SIDEWALK LABS PLANS FOR TORONTO SHAKE THE FOUNDATIONS OF PLANNING AS WE KNOW IT
  • By Guy Baeten
SMART RURAL REGIONS: A ROLE FOR PLANNERS
  • By Carol Bergum
THE OPEN SMART CITY: AN ETHICAL APPROACH TO SMART CITIES DEVELOPMENT
  • By Leon de Vreede
PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS FOR MULTI-LEVEL DEVELOPMENT IN VANCOUVER
  • By Eric Aderneck
NOT IN STOCK
  • By Marleen Morris, Julie Good, and Greg Halseth
MESSAGE FROM THE CIP PRESIDENT
  • By Eleanor Mohammed
Also in this issue:
  • Editors’ Note
  • Fellow’s Corner
  • Planning Research Digest
  • Planner’s Bookshelf

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Summer 2020, Volume 60, No. 2

Canada in 2050

ON A DIFFERENT PATH TOWARDS 2050
  • By David Miller
PLANNING PLAUSIBLE FUTURES
  • By Sarah Krapez, Blair Underhill, and Robert Barrs
PLAN UX: DESIGNING PLANS AND PROCESSES FOR A RAPIDLY CHANGING WORLD
  • By Robert Barrs and Kasia Tota
SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE: INCREASING QUALITY OF LIFE AMID AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE
  • By Dylan Thiessen
TRANSFORMING VANCOUVER INTO A WATER SENSITIVE CITY BY 2050
  • By Julie McManus and Wendy de Hoog
PLANNING EDUCATION: THE NEXT GENERATION
  • By Markus Moos
IMMIGRANTS IN SUBURBS ARE RESTRUCTURING THE TORONTO REGION
  • By Mohammad A. Qadeer
CIP AND COVID-19
  • By Beth McMahon, Chief Executive Officer, CIP
L’ICU ET LA COVID-19
  • Par Beth McMahon, Directrice générale, ICU
Also in this issue:
  • Editors’ Note
  • Fellow’s Corner
  • Planning Research Digest
  • Planner’s Bookshelf

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Spring 2020, Volume 60, No. 1

Agriculture and Rural Planning

PROTECTING FARMLAND
  • By David J. Connell
GREENBELT GETS IT RIGHT
  • By Emma Drake, Sara Epp, and Wayne Caldwell
PLANNING TO EAT
  • By Emily Hansen, Naomi Robert, and Kristi Tatebe
HARVESTING LESSONS ABOUT AGRICULTURAL PLANNING
  • By John Steil
INDIGENOUS PERSPECTIVES IN RURAL PLANNING
  • By Adam Wright
NEW FOUNDATIONS
  • By Katherine Levett, Sean Markey, Ryan Gibson, Kelly Vadden, and Bojan Furst
AGING-IN-PLACE IN RURAL AREAS
  • By Ian Walker and Roza Tchoukaleyska

FORWARD PLANNING

LESSONS FROM GREEN CITIES OF EUROPE

  • By David Witty

Also in this issue:
  • Editors’ Note
  • Fellow’s Corner
  • Planner’s Bookshelf

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Winter 2019, Volume 59, No. 3

Housing


MEET ME IN THE MIDDLE
  • By Jason Syvixay and Kalen Anderson
CHALLENGES IN FILLING THE MISSING MIDDLE HOUSING APP
  • By Leslie Shieh
RENTAL HOUSING APPROACHES ACROSS CANADA
  • By Ren Thomas
SUSTAINABLE, AFFORDABLE HOUSING
  • By Gordon Harris
SOCIAL HOUSING IN A TIME OF CHANGE
  • By Sarah Cooper
WINNING COMMUNITY ACCEPTANCE OF SOCIAL HOUSING
  • By Shad Mayne and Patricia Maloney
ADDRESSING THE HOMELESSNESS CRISIS
  • By Shayne Ramsay and Karen Hemmingson
EQUITABLE TRANSIT-ORIENTED COMMUNITIES
  • By Raymond Kan, James Stiver, and Lilian Chau
GEO-STATISTICAL APPROACHES TO REALIZING AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND COCMPLETE COMMUNITIES
  • By Archana Vyes and Indro Bhattacharyya
URBANSIM
  • By Keith Stewart and Bert Pereboom
WHAT IS MEASURED DEFINES THE CRISIS
  • By Shelagh McCartney and Michael McKay
TEACHING HOUSING POLICY TO PLANNERS
  • By Carolyn Whitzman
Also in this issue:
  • Editors’ Note
  • Fellow’s Corner
  • Planner’s Bookshelf

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Fall, Volume 59, No. 2

MOBILITY FOR ALL


MAKING ACCESSIBILITY ACCESSIBLE FOR PLANNERS
  • By Madalena Harreman-Fernandes and Ahmed El-Geneidy
GOT TRANSIT? POTENTIAL PLANNER RESPONSES TO COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT PUBLIC TRANSIT
  • By Tania Wegwitz
HOW KINGSTON DOUBLED ITS TRANSIT RIDERSHIP WITHIN 10 YEARS
  • By Preston L. Schiller
TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT: WHAT CAN CANADIAN PLANNERS LEARN FROM OTHERS?
  • By Ren Thomas
INNISFIL TRANSIT: POWERED BY UBER
  • By Paul Pentikainan
PLANNERS TAKE THE WHEEL
  • By Michelle Berquist
GETTING US ALL THERE: INCLUDING EQUITY IN TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
  • By Orly Linovski and Nadia Galati
PRIORITIZATION AND PIZZA? APPLYING A SOLUTION TO A PIZZA PROBLEM AS A PROXY FOR A TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM
  • By Stephen Oliver
ELECTRIC BICYCLES: CAN THEY REDUCE DRIVING AND EMISSIONS IN CANADA?
  • By Alexander Bigazzi and Elmira Berjisian
DELIVERING LAST-MILE SOLUTIONS: A FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS OF MICROHUBS AND CYCLELOGISTICS IN THE GTHA
  • By Janelle Lee and Carolyn Kim

Also in this issue:
  • From the Editorial Committee
  • CIP Awards
  • Fellow’s Corner
  • Planner’s Bookshelf

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Spring 2019, Volume 59, No. 1

Celebrating 100 Years: Past, Present and Future


PAST – EVOLUTION OF CANADIAN PLANNING

PRESENT – CURRENT PLANNING PRACTICE

FUTURE

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Winter 2018, Volume 58, No. 4

From global to local


INCLUSIONARY ZONING: SIX INSIGHTS FROM INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE
  • By Martine August and Giuseppe Tolfo
THE CITY AFTER DARK: A EUROPEAN APPROACH TO NIGHTLIFE
  • By Stacey Forrester
REMEMBERING HABITAT ’76: A LANDMARK MOMENT OF INTERNATIONAL PLANNING AND OPTIMISM
  • By Robin Koning, Andrew Martin, and Penny Gurstein
LESSONS FROM AMERICA’S MIDRISE CAPTAL: PLANNING IN DC
  • By Erkin Ozberk
MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING: A PLANNING TOOL TO IMPROVE CANADA’S OCEAN MANAGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE
  • By Erin Stapleton
PLANNING PERU FORWARD
  • By Rukshan de Silva
SMART GROWTH SUCCESS STORY? COMMERCIAL REDEVELOPMENT AND NEIGHBOURHOOD CHANGE IN HALIFAX’S NORTH END
  • By Anne Totten and Mikimo Terashima
Also in this issue:
  • Editor’s Note
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • Planner’s Bookshelf

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Fall 2018, Volume 58, No. 3

Planning around the edges


A VIEW FROM ALBERTA: MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENT
  • By Sandeep Agrawal, PhD, AICP, MCIP
TREATY LAND ENTITLEMENTS: URBAN RESERVES IN THE WINNIPEG METROPOLITAN AREA
  • By Alex Hallbom, Emly Halldorson, and Janice Barry
A WATERSHED FOR COLLABORATION: a MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL APPROACH TO INDIGENOUS WATER STEWARDSHIP
  • By Robert Patrick, Graham Strickert, Tim Jardine, and Warrick Baijius
PLANNING FOR THE BALLOT BOX: SETTING ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES IN NOVA SCOTIA
  • By John Heseltine, LPP, MCIP
A LADDER OF MUNICIPAL INTEGRATION
  • By John Heseltine, LPP, MCIP
THE POWER OF ENGAGEMENT: PLANNING DURING AN ANNEXATION
  • By Stephen Yu, MPlan and Ryan Eidick, MCP
CIP AWARDS

PUBLIC TOILETS, ACCESSIBILITY, AND HUMAN RIGHTS: A WINNIPEG POP-UP CAMPAIGN
  • By Rae St. Clair Bridgman and Wins Bridgman
LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE
OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS FOR THE PROFESSIONAL PLANNER
  • By Joanna Kyriazis, BSc and Christine Callihoo, MSc, RPP, MCIP
ANOTHER  PERSPECTIVE ON AIRBNB
  • By Mary Tasi
Also in this issue:
  • Editor’s Note
  • Fellows’ Corner

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Summer 2018, Volume 58, No. 2

Planning for the unknown


KEEPING AN EYE ON THE PRIZE
  • By Reiner Kravis and Joshua Engel-Yan
RISING WATERS: PLANNING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE CHALLENGES
  • By Carla Stewart and Matt Osler
BUILDING COMMUNITY RESILIENCE IN VANCOUVER’S CHINATOWN
  • By Leslie Shieh and Jessica Chen
AIRBNB AND THE STRUGGLE FOR THE CITY
  • By Brian Doucet
RIDING THE WAVE
  • By Victor Ngo
SHIFTING GEARS FOR THE AUTOMATED VEHICLE
  • By Élyse Comeau
ADJUSTING TO TORONTO’S NEW REALITY
  • By Mohammad Qadeer and Sandeep Agrawal
BACK TO THE FUTURE AGAIN
  • By Lance Berelowitz
RPP-ORTABILITY

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  • Editor’s Note
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • Planner’s Bookshelf

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Spring 2018, Volume 58, No. 1

Portraits in Planning from Across Canada


SOMETHING NEW FOR THE PLANNER’S TOOLKIT?
  • By Kent Munro
URBAN MAGNETS
  • By Mark Holland
BUILDING GREAT NEIGHBOURHOODS
  • By Sasha Tsenkova and Chris Elkey
PUBLIC ART
  • By Nabil Malik
BARRIERS TO INTENSIFICATION
  • By Rylan Graham
IDLE, NO MORE
  • By Jason Syvixay
KITCHENER GROWS UP
  • By Dayna Edwards and Adam Clark
A LITMUS TEST FOR NEIGHBOURHOOD CHANGE
  • By Sarah Christensen, Richard Harris, and Kathleen Kinsella
“BACK FROM THE DEAD”
  • By Jill L. Grant, Ben Abbott, A.J. Taylor, and Qianqiau Zhu
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  • Editor’s Note
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • Planner’s Bookshelf

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Winter 2017, Volume 57, No. 4

Capitalizing on Heritage


URBAN HERITAGE: A LIVING LEGACY
  • By Victoria Angel
HISTORICAL SITE OR CULTURAL HUB? REIMAGINING HERITAGE VALUES IN OLD STRATHCONA
  • By Kevin E. Jones and Vanessa Zembal
THE VANCOUVER HERITAGE ACTION PLAN: NEW TOOLS TO PRESERVE AND CELEBRATE OUR PAST
  • By Donald Luxton
CONSERVING THE DYNAMIC CITY: THE ROLE OF HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICTS IN CITY-BUILDING
  • By Jennifer Keesmaat
TINY TOWN: BIG HISTORY
  • By Brian Arnott
INTENSIFICATION MEETS CONSERVATION
  • By Clint Robertson
THE SMITHFIELD HERITAGE RESTORATION PROJECT: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR HERITAGE CONSERVATION IN RURAL SASKATCHEWAN
  • By Richard Krehbiel
RE-IMAGINING CIVIC IMPROVEMENTS
  • By Nick Pryce
MAKING A TOWN A COMMUNITY: INSIGHTS INTO PARTICIPATION FROM AN AGING RURAL CANADIAN COMMUNITY
  • By Katherine Laycock, Wayne Caldwell, and Amanda Herbert
GENDER-BASED DISCRIMINATION AND THE CITY / LA DISCRIMINATION FONDÉE SUR LE SEXE ET LA CITÉ
  • By Regula Modlich
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  • Editor’s Note
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • Planner’s Bookshelf

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Fall, Volume 57, No. 3

Demographic Challenges


PLANNING FOR DEMOGRAPHIC CHALLENGES IN OUR COMMUNITIES

MEETING THE DIVERSE NEEDS OF CHANGING COMMUNITIES 
  • By Brad McCannell 
AGING ATLANTIC CITIES: CHALLENGES AND POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS FOR PLANNERS
  • By Ren Thomas and Mikiko Terashima 
IS ONTARIO READY FOR THE SILVER TSUNAMI? 
  • By Maxwell D. Hartt and Samantha Biglieri 
THE ECONOMICS OF SUSTAINABLE NEIGHBOURHOODS: WHY OUR SUBURBS NEED URGENT ATTENTION 
  • By Glenn Miller 
HOW CAN WE BETTER PLAN AGE-FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES?
  • By Evan Peterson 
DEMENTIA + PLANNING: EXPANDING ACCESSIBILITY THROUGH DESIGN AND THE PLANNING PROCESS 
  • By Samantha Biglieri 
STROLLERS AND SCOOTERS: PERSPECTIVES OF A MILLENNIAL PLANNER LIVING IN A RETIREMENT COMMUNITY 
  • By Kristin Agnello 
CHALLENGING THE IDEOLOGY OF HOMEOWNERSHIP: CREATING EQUITABLE  HOUSING OPTIONS FOR MILLENNIALS 
  • By Nick Revington 
LET THEM EAT TOAST: PLANNING FOR YOUNG ADULTS LIVING WITH THEIR PARENT(S)
  • By Markus Moos 
COACH HOUSES: THE MULTI-GENERATIONAL HOUSING SOLUTION 
  • By Emily Davies 
CAN COMMUNITY HUBS FILL THE VOIDS LEFT BY CLOSED PUBLIC SCHOOLS? FOUR RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ONTARIO 
  • By Sarah Cranston 
EVALUATING SCHOOL CLOSURES THROUGH A RURAL LENS 
  • By Rob Rappolt, Mark Seasons, and Bill Irwin 
WHO SAYS, "VANCOUVER HAS RUN OUT OF DEVELOPABLE LAND?" 
  • By Gordon Harris 
Also in this issue:
  • Editor’s Note
  • Fellows’ Corner

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Summer, Volume 57, No. 2

Human Rights and the City


HUMAN RIGHTS 101 FOR PLANNERS 
  • By Sandeep Agrawal 
LEGALLY SPEAKING: HUMAN RIGHTS LAW AND THE CITY
  • By Dominique Clement 
BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE: THE PROBLEMS WITH VAGUENESS AND COMPLEXITY IN OUR (BY)LAWS
  • By Ola Malik and Stacy McFarlane 
INTEGRATING HUMAN RIGHTS WITH LAND USE PLANNING: NOW A CORNERSTONE OF ONTARIO POLICY STATEMENT, 2014
  • By Antonella Ceddia 
PLANNING AND HUMAN RIGHTS - WE HAVE SOMETHING IN COMMON
  • By Jacquelin Pegg and Rosemary Bennet 
BETTER TOGETHER: EMBRACING HUMAN RIGHTS AND DIVERSITY
  • By Robert A. Philp
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE CITY 
  • By Renee Vaugeois 
CAN WE PLAN FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING? 
  • By Signe Leisk and Sophie Moher 
A CENTURY OF ZONING 
  • By Raphael Fischler 
SHIPPING CONTAINER-HOUSING 
  • By Becky Loi, Vivan Accioly-Games, Jeff Henry, and Ashley Rudkevitch 
Also in this issue:
  • Editor’s Note
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • Planner’s Bookshelf

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Spring 2017, Volume 57, No. 1

Digital Cities


PLANNING IN THE ERA OF DATA SCIENCE AND DASHBOARDS
By Aaron Baxter BA, MEnv

COULD YOUR CITY HACK IT AT A TRAFFICJAM?
By Michelle Berquist MScPl and Scott Fraser PEng, MEng

DATA AND ANALYSIS IN THE NEW EMPLOYMENT LANDSCAPE
  • By Indro Bhattacharyya MSc, MCIP, RPP and Derek Brunelle MES
PLANLOCAL: DATA-DRIVEN PARTICIPATORY PLANNING
  • By Paul Shaker MCIP, RPP and Graeme Douglas MA
PLANNING AND DESIGN THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS
  • By Morgan Boyco BA, MScPl and Bruce Cory BA, MA
THE GROWTH OF SUBURBAN POVERTY
  • By Eleni Taye MUP and Raphaël Fischler MCIP, OUQ
REACTIONS TO THE ONTARIO GROWTH PLAN
  • By Pierre Filion MA, PhD, Neluka Leanage MUDS PhD, Michelle Lee BES, MSc, and Kent Hakull BA, MA
WELCOMING IMMIGRATION IN A CHANGING URBAN ENVIRONMENT
  • By Grant E. Moore BA, MPl
Also in this issue:
  • From the Editorial Committee
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • Planner’s Bookshelf

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Winter 2016, Volume 56, No. 4

Indigenous Planning


PRIVILEGING INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE
  • By Patrick Stewart, Luugigyoo (Nisga`a), PhD, Architect AIBC, MRAIC, LEED®AP and Eladia Smoke, KaaSheGaaBaaWeak (Anishinaabe), OAA, MRAIC, LEED®AP
(RE)IMAGINING OUR COMMUNITY: CHANGING THE PLANNER AND PLANNING WITH FIRST NATIONS YOUTH
  • By Shelagh McCartney D.Des. OAA, MRAIC, Elizabeth Atlookan, Louie Sugarhead, Jeffrey Herskovits, and Kathryn Trnavsky
TREATY PRINCIPLES ARE PLANNING PRINCIPLES: LEARNING FROM THE EXPERIENCES OF MANITOBAN PLANNING PRACTITIONERS
  • By Madeleine Koch MCP, MCIP Candidate and Janice Barry PhD, MCIP Candidate
PLANNING IN PARTNERSHIP: THE WAGMATCOOK FIRST NATION  HOUSING PILOT PROJECT
  • By Alexis Miller MCP, Nathan Roth MPlan, and Frank Palermo FCIP LPP, FRAI
BEYOND CONSULTATION: LESSONS FROM JOINT STEWARDSHIP
  • By Sheri Longboat PhD
NEW CENTURY, NEW APPROACH  TO MARINE PLANNING IN B.C.
  • By Marine Plan Partnership for the North Pacific Coast (MaPP): John Bones BA, MSc, Charles Short BSc, MSc, and Steve Diggon BES, MSc
FROM REACTIVE TO PROACTIVE IN FIRST NATIONS PLANNING: A CASE STUDY OF THE METLAKATLA EXPERIENCE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
  • By Katerina Kwon MCIP, Thomas Gunton MCIP, RPP, Murray Rutherford MCIP, RPP, and Taylor Zeeg MCIP, RPP
A ROADMAP TO INDEPENDENCE: THE K’ÓMOKS FIRST NATION’S PROACTIVE APPROACH TO SUSTAINABLE LAND MANAGEMENT
  • By Alanna Mitchell, Pamela Shaw PhD, MCIP, RPP, FRCGS, and Devon Miller, MSc, LEED AP ND
WAYS OF KNOWING: ENGAGING IN PARTNERSHIP FOR INDIGENOUS PLANNING EDUCATION
  • By Leonie Sandercock PhD, Leona M. Sparrow BA, MA, LLB and  Jeff Cook MCIP, RPP
QUEBEC INDIGENOUS  COMMUNITIES AND URBAN PLANNING: A WORLD APART?
  • By Denise Piché MPs, MUrb, PhD
COLLABORATING TO PRESERVE INDIGENOUS HERITAGE IN LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA
  • By Perry Stein MA, BA, Scotty Many Guns, Andrew Malcolm RPP MCIP, BA, Neil Mirau, and Chelsea King
BRINGING DECISION-MAKING CLOSER TO HOME: A HEALTH AND WELLNESS PLANNING ECOSYSTEM  
  • By Leanne Martinson, Connie Jasper and Trish Osterber
Also in this issue:
  • Word from the President
  • Planner Update
  • From the Editorial Board
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • Planner’s Bookshelf

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Fall 2016, Volume 56, No. 3

Planning Excellence


AWARDS | PRIX

CAMPUS PLANNING REFLECTS CONTEMPORARY PLANNING TRENDS

  • By Rhiannon Gilbart and Jill L. Grant FCIP, LPP

THE UNSEXY INFRASTRUCTURE DEFICIT: PLANNERS WORK ON DRESSING UP ASSET MANAGEMENT

  • By Emilie K. Adin MCIP, RPP

THE DEATH AND LIFE OF REGIONAL PLANNING IN CANADA

  • By Heather M. Hall PhD and Gerald Hodge PhD

CIVICACTION’S BETTER CITY BOOTCAMP WHIPPED CIVIC LEADERS INTO SHAPE. NOW WHAT?

  • By Christina Sgro MCIP, RPP

SOME UNCOMFORTABLE TRUTHS ABOUT THE WAY WE PLAN

  • By Jill L. Grant FCIP, LPP

PLANNING FOR SOCIAL AND SPATIAL JUSTICE IN CANADA

  • By Barbara Rahder FCIP

Also in this issue:

  • Word from the President
  • Planner Update
  • From the Editorial Board
  • Q&A … With the New Fellow
  • Fellows’ Corner

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Summer 2016, Volume 56, No. 2

Financing Cities


FINANCING CANADIAN CITIES IN THE 21ST CENTURY
  • By Enid Slack, PhD
FINANCING MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE: THE BASICS
  • By Brian Conger MPP, RPP, MCIP and Almos Tassonyi PhD
CANADIAN CITIES: PRESENT STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE ALTERNATIVES
  • By Melville McMillan PhD
USING LAND VALUE CAPTURE TOOLS IN CANADIAN MUNICIPALITIES
  • By David Amborski MSc, MA, MCIP, RPP
MISSED OPPORTUNITY: MUNICIPAL LEVEL FUEL TAX FOR ALBERTA
  • By Amrita Singh PhD
PPPS AND THE FINANCING OF CITIES
  • By Matti Siemiatycki PhD
FUNDING MECHANISMS FOR BUILDING TRANSIT IN ONTARIO
  • By Craig Binning MPhil and Jaclyn Hall, BURPI
HOW A FINANCING TOOL ACCELERATED EDMONTON’S DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT
  • By Heather Chisholm MSc, RPP, MCIP and Tom Beck MScPl, RPP, MCIP
INTEGRATING LAND USE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT FINANCE TO IMPROVE LOCAL GOVERNMENT SUSTAINABILITY
  • By Kim Fowler MCIP, RPP

Also in this issue:
  • Word from the President
  • Planner Update
  • From the Editorial Board
  • Q&A with … Jay Wollenberg
  • The Learning Curve
  • Fellows’ Corner

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Spring 2016, Volume 56, No. 1

Sustainability on the Edge


CLIMATE CHANGE  À LA MODE
  • By Janis Fedorowick MCIP, RPP, OALA, BES
SUSTAINABILITY AT THE URBAN-RURAL FRINGE
  • By Cian O'Neil BASc, MPL and Dr. Patricia Collins BSc, MSc, PhD
CONDO FARMS
  • By Dilys Huang, BES, MPL, LEED Green Associate, and Dr. Leela Viswanathan, PhD, MCIP, RPP
CRYSTAL TO IQALUIT
  • By Kenneth Johnson, RPP, MCIP
THE LEARNING CURVE / L’ACQUISITION DU SAVOIR
  • Jordan Jackson
Also in this issue:
  • Word from the president
  • CIP News
  • From the Editorial Board Chair
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • News You Can Use
  • Planner’s Bookshelf

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Winter 2015 Vol. 55, No. 4

Communities Celebrate Planning Success Stories


GREAT PLACES IN CANADA
 
THE CITY AS A NATION BUILDER
  • By A.J. Diamond MCIP, RPP
WHAT DO WE TALK ABOUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT EARTHQUAKES?
  • By Shana Johnstone EAC, BCSLA, candidate member PIBC
INCORPORATING SOCIAL MEDIA DURING DISASTERS
  • By Katherine Laycock BA, MSc
THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE:  POLICY PERSPECTIVES ON FARM PARCEL CREATION ON MENNONITE FARMS
  • By Bryce Sharpe and Wayne Caldwell MCIP, RPP
BEES IN THE CITY:  ADMINISTRATION OF URBAN HONEY BEES
  • By Jenna Mouck MCIP, RPP
Also in this issue:
  • A Word from the President
  • CIP News
  • From the Editorial Board Chair
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • News You Can Use
  • CIP Committee News
  • Planners' Bookshelf

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Fall 2015 Vol. 55, No. 3

Planning Excellence Awards


THRIVE 2015 SASKATOON – CELEBRATING CANADIAN PLANNING AND THE FIRE OF REGENERATION
 
2015 INDUCTEES INTO THE COLLEGE OF FELLOWS
 
AWARDS FOR PLANNING EXCELLENCE

 
Also in this issue:
  • A Word from the President
  • CIP News
  • From the Editorial Board Chair
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • CIP Committee News

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Summer 2015, Vol. 55 No. 2

Planning Canada and the World

  
INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO PLANNING AND DESIGN
  • By Stephen Yu BA, Courtney Laurence BA, MA, and Sandra Shanoada BSc
CANADA STRENGTHENS WATERSHED MANAGEMENT IN THE PHILIPPINES
  • By Andrew Farncome MCIP, RPP and Gary Wilkins, MCIP, RPP
IF WE BUILT IT, THEY WILL STAY
  • By John van Nostrand  Arch, OAA, FRAIC, FCIP
  • Map by Chris Brackley
COORDINATING MULTIPLE PLANS
  • By Amanda Taylor and Jill L. Grant, FCIP, LPP
Also in this issue:
  • A Word from the President
  • CIP News
  • From the Editorial Board Chair
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • News You Can Use

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Spring 2015 Vol. 55 No. 1

New thinking on Housing and Mixed-use communities


PLANNING FOR HOUSING IN A TIME OF GROWING EMPLOYMENT PRECARITY (refereed article)
  • By Markus Moos PhD, MCIP, RPP, Tristan Wilkin, Geoff Chase, and Michael Seasons
MIXED-USE BUILDINGS, DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT IN PRACTICE (Part 1 of 2)
  • By Michael Gordon MSc, MCIP, RPP and William Dunn MSc
COMMUNITIES AND THE STREETS RESIDENTS LIVE ON, LINKING NEIGHBOURHOOD CHARACTER TO ZONING
  • By Elizabeth Desmarais MCIP, RPP and Alain Miguelez MCIP, RPP
EXPLORING SOLUTIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE RURAL DRINKING WATER SYSTEMS
  • By Joshua Barrett, Sarah Minnes, and Kelly Vodden
A STREETCAR AND DESIRE
  • By Chelsey Jersak MCIP, RPP
Also in this issue:
  • A Word from the Presiden
  • CIP News
  • From the Editorial Board Chair
  • The Learning Curve
  • Planning Notes from Home and Abroad
  • Fellows’ Corner

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Winter 2014 Vol 54. No 4

The Diverse and Inspiring Neighbourhoods, Streets, and Public Spaces of 2014


A CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR BALANCING MANAGEMENT TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN URBAN FOREST BENEFITS AND WILDFIRE RISK
  • By Ellen Whitman, Eric Rapaport MCIP, RPP, and Kate Sherren
SPRUCE THE BRUCE
  • By Kara Van Myall MCIP, RPP
A PLANNING TOOL FOR THE PROTECTION OF DRINKING WATER SOURCES IN CANADA
  • By Robert Patrick PhD, MCIP, RPP and David Espeseth
CYCLING THROUGH WINTER
  • By Cara Fisher
Also in this issue:
  • A Word from the President
  • CIP News
  • From the Editorial Board Chair
  • The Learning Curve
  • Planning Notes from Home and Abroad
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • News You Can Use
  • Planners' Bookshelf

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Fall 2014 Vol. 54, No. 3

The Challenge of Transit


LEVERAGING TRANSIT INVESTMENT TO SHAPE THE COMMUNITY: WATERLOO REGION’S CENTRAL TRANSIT CORRIDOR COMMUNITY BUILDING STRATEGY
  • By Kevin Curtis MCIP, RPP and Melanie Hare MCIP, RPP
TOO MANY PLANS? TRENDS IN PRODUCING PLANS
  • By Andrew Burns and Jill L. Grant FCIP, LPP
PLUMBING PUBLIC VALUES: GREATER VANCOUVER’S 40 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE WITH REGIONAL PUBLIC ATTITUDE SURVEYS
  • By Ken Cameron,FCIP, RPP and Jacint Simon
CREATING THE NEXT GENERATION OF INFORMED AND ENGAGED URBAN CITIZENS
  • By Evan Perlman MPl, Ryan Guetter BES, MCIP, RPP, and Christopher De Sousa MScPl, PhD, MCIP, RPP
Also in this issue:
  • A Word from the Presidentt
  • CIP News
  • From the Editorial Board Chair
  • The Learning Curve
  • Planning Notes from Home and Abroad
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • News You Can Use

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Summer 2014 - Vol. 54 No.2

Summer and Winter Urban Climates


DEFENSIBLE DECISIONS AND SUCCESSFUL OUTCOMES: A CASE STUDY OF THE NORTH OKANAGAN REGIONAL GROWTH STRATEGY
  • By William Trousdale, MCIP, RPP, Rob Smailes MCIP, RPP, Anthony Kittel MCIP, RPP, Lorien Nesbitt, and Michael J. Meitner
START WITH PEOPLE: DESIGNING VISUALLY ACCESSIBLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES
  • By Devin Causley MCIP, RPP
PLANNING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE: THE STATE OF CURRENT PRACTICE IN CANADIAN COMMUNITIES 
  • By Kevin Hanna PhD, Mark Seasons PhD, FCIP, RPP, Ann Dale PhD, Pierre Filion PhD, MCIP, RPP, and Chris Ling PhD*
*Correction: the title of the article originally appeared as "Long-Term Climatic Planning No Longer Works" and will appear as such in the print issue of the Summer 2014 edition of Plan Canada. 
 
DON’T PUT YOUR BIKE AWAY TOO SOON: PLANNING FOR WINTER CLIMATES
  • By Cara Fisher
ABORIGINAL RIGHTS BROUGHT TO THE PROVINCIAL TABLE: ONTARIO’S NEW PROVINCIAL POLICY STATEMENT
  • By Heather Dorries
Also in this issue:
  • A Word from the President
  • CIP News
  • From the Editorial Board Chair
  • The Learning Curve
  • Planning Notes from Home and Abroad
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • Planners' Bookshelf

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Spring 2014 - Vol. 54, No. 1

From Urban Farming to Canadian Railways


URBAN FARMS IN CANADA
  • By Emilie K. Adin MCIP, RPP and Alexander F. Kurnicki MBCSLA, MUP
CONTEMPORARY PRACTICES IN SOCIAL PLANNING REFEREED ARTICLE LESSONS FROM COMPREHENSIVE SOCIAL PLAN DEVELOPMENT
  • By Leonora C. Angeles, Olga Shcherbyna, and John Foster MCIP, RPP
PLANNING IN PROXIMITY TO RAILWAYS
  • By Raymond Beshro MICU, OUQ
HOW MANY PLANETS? MEASURING ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY IN PLANS
  • By Les Kuzyk and Matt Rockley
PLANNING FOR SOCIAL DIVERSITY IN THE CANADIAN SUBURBS
  • By Leah Perrin BA, MPLAN and Jill Grant FCIP
Also in this issue:
  • A Word from the President
  • CIP News
  • From the Editorial Board Chair
  • The Learning Curve
  • Planning Notes from Home and Abroad
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • Research You Can Use From Canadian Planning and Policy
  • Planners' Bookshelf

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Winter 2013 - vol. 53, no. 4

Canada's Great Places: From Creation to Celebration


DESIGNING NEW NEIGHBOURHOODS
A learning journey that started with a bus

  • By Beth Sanders MCIP, RPP and Kalen Anderson MCIP, RPP

LET THEM EAT CAKE!
A foray into new forms of citizen engagement

  • By Molly Johnson and Jason Prince

REVITALIZATION IN DOWNTOWN WINNIPEG
Current successes and lessons learned

  • By Jino Distasio, PhD and Scott McCullough, MCP
Special insert article:
10 Ways CIP Works to Serve Your Needs and Interests


Also in this issue:
  • A Word from the President
  • Letters
  • CIP News
  • Christine Helm Celebrates Landmark 25 Years with CIP
  • Planning Notes from Home and Abroad
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • Planners' Bookshelf
  • The Learning Curve

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Fall 2013 - vol. 53, no.3

Habitat and Home


ARE WE THERE YET?
Making Inroads to Decolonize Planning Knowledge and Practices in Southern Ontario
  • By Leela Viswanathan PhD, MCIP, RPP, Fraser McLeod, Carolyn King, Jared Macbeth, and Erin Alexiuk
THE TORONTO WATERFRONT AQUATIC HABITAT RESTORATION STRATEGY
A Unique, Collaborative Approach to Streamlining Approvals and Restoring Aquatic Habitat
  • By Lisa Prime MCIP, RPP, Colin Lake, Laud Matos, Bruce Morrison, Emily Morton, Rick Portiss, William J. Snodgrass, and Brent G. Valere
INVESTING IN NEW YORK'S FUTURE
Affordable Rental Housing in Mixed Income Projects
  • By Sasha Tsenkova PhD, MCIP, RPP
ETHICS IN PROFESSIONAL PLANNING PRACTICE
Part 2: Navigating Our Ethical Obligations: Jane Jacobs' Systems of Survival
  • By Ian Wight PhD, MCIP
Also in this issue:
  • A Word from the President
  • CIP News
  • From the Editorial Board Chair
  • The Learning Curve
  • Planning Notes from Home and Abroad
  • Fellows’ Corner
  • Research
  • Planners' Bookshelf

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Summer 2013 - vol. 53, no.2

Indigenizing Planning / Planning to Indigenize

Featured Articles
  • Re-situating Indigenous Planning in the City by Ryan Walker, MCIP, RPP and Hirini Matunga
  • Indigenizing and Decolonizing An Alliance Story by Aftab Erfan and Jessie Hemphill
  • Who Makes the Decisions? First Nations Land Use Planning Issues and Governance Trends by Ken Cossey, MCIP, RPP
  • Planning for PipelinesThe Carrier Sekani Experience by Jaime Sanchez, MCIP, RPP and Angel Ransom, MCIP, RPP
  • By the North, For the North Stakeholder-Driven Planning in the Thompson Region, Manitoba by Michelle Drylie, MCIP, RPP, Charlene Lafreniere, Freda Lepine, Hilda Fitzner and Jim Beardy
  • Giving Voice to All Traditional Syilx wisdom and practice shape contemporary community planning in the Penticton Indian Band’s CCP by Marena Brinkhurst, Elaine Alec and Anona Kampe
  • Six Nations of the Grand River Territory and the Grand River Notification Agreement Towards Consensus in Land Use and Environmental Planning by Charles Hostovsky, PHD, MCIP and Paul General
  • Indigenizing Planning Education, Decolonizing Planning Practice First Steps by Leonie Sandercock, Jeffrey Cook, MCIP, RPP, Leona Sparrow and Larissa Grant

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Spring 2013 - vol. 53, no.1

Thinking Forward

Featured Articles
  • The Stakeholder Tier System A tool to assist management of public engagement processes for large
    infrastructure projects
    by Donovan Toews, MCIP
  • Ethics in Professional Planning Practice Four Sources of Ethical Obligations by Ian Wight, PHD, MCIP
  • Planning Sustainable Communities Europe’s New Model for Green Living in Stockholm by Sasha Tsenkova, PHD, MCIP and Tigran Haas, PHD, CNU, APA
  • Shifting Gears: The Emergence of Cycle Tracks in the Canadian Urban Landscape by Brian Patterson, MCIP, RPP and Hailey Steiger
  • Innovation by Collaboration on Toronto's Waterfront by Lisa A. Prime, RPP, MCIP and Anna Palamarchuk, RPP, MCIP

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Winter 2012 - vol. 52, no.4

Connecting Smart Communities

Featured Articles
  • The Online Public Engagement "Ecosystem" What's Out There and What to Use by Robyn Spencer
  • Placespeak 21st Century Innovation in Public Participation by Maureen Mendoza
  • From Climate Change Plans to By-Laws, It's Time to Act The sea level rise (SLR) zone adaptation by-law - New coastal development regulation: SLR by-law by Sebastien Doiron, MCIP, RPP
  • Thund Bay's Spirit Garden Incorporating Cultural Values into Project Design by Katherine Dugmore, MCIP, RPP
  • Planning Healthy Suburbs by Jill L. Grant, FCIP, LPP, Heidi Craswell, BSC, MPLAN, and Leah Perrin, BA, MPLAN
  • How the War of 1812 Defined Ontario by Janis Fedorowick, MCIP, CSLA, RPP

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Fall 2012 - vol. 52, no.3

Planning with Uncertainty

Featured Articles
  • What Ontario's Greenbelt and Places to Grow Legislation Mens for Commuting in the GGH by Bruce Newbold and Darren Scott
  • Green Sprawl by Laura Taylor and Kirsten Valentine Cadieux
  • Revisiting Food Desets in the Canadian Prairie: A case study from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan by Robert J. Patrick PDF, MCIP and Deborah Cheesebrough
  • Infill in Mature Naighbourhoods: New Directions in Ottawa by Alain Miguelez
  • A Tale of Two Suburbs: The physicial plan and its implications for active transportation by Jeffrey Ward, MCIP, RPP
  • Walkability and Economic Development: How Pedestrian and Transit-Oriented Environments Attract Creative jobs in Hamilton by Paul Shaker, MCIP, RPP

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Summer 2012 - vol. 52, no. 2

Regulating for Place-making

Featured Articles
  • Maufacturing Genius Loci? Design Codes and the Challege of Place-Making by Justin Webber, BA, MA, Dip Urb Des
  • Planning vs. Human Rights? The Case of Minimum Separation Distances by Lilith Finkler, PHD
  • Say Goodbye to Small Retail: Should We Care? by Don Alexander and Pamela Shaw
  • Airport Integrated Land Use Planning: Lessons from Leduc Alberta by Ken Woitt and Sam Sugita, BSc, MCRP
  • Parklets - Planningwith Place-Making in Mind Rationale and Strategy for Municipal Planners by Chris Larson, BSc, MCP (candidate) and John Guenther, MA, PhD, MCIP

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Spring 2012 – vol. 52, no. 1

Regional Planning Today / Tools for Change

Featured Articles
  • Canada Green Building Council Sustainable Community Toolkit A Best Practice Guide to Applying Sustainable Principles in Your Municipality by Gregry Bender, MCIP, RPP
  • Creatng a Regional Growth Strategy A Recipe for Successful Collaborative Planning by Anthony Kittel
  • Calgary's Wetland Conservation Plan Lessons Learned and Unintended Consequences by Steven Snell and Chris Manderson
  • Public Participation and Climate Change Adaptation A personal Perspective of my Experiences in the Hamlet of Arviat, Nunavut by Michael Sullivan, MCIP, RPP
  • Contemplating the Future of Toronto's Transit City by Christina Sgro, MES (Pl) and Jaclyn Brillinger, MES(Pl)
  • A Definition of 'Affordable Housing' for Edmonton by Trent Portigal, MCIP, RPP

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Winter 2011 — vol. 51, no. 4

Ethics and Equity in Uncertain Times

Featured Articles
  • Urban Amnesia:The Fate of Habitat ’76 by Don Alexander, BA, MA, PHD, MCIP
  • Planning in the Absence of Traditional Growth: The Story of Saint John, New Brunswick by Liora Freedman, MCIP, RPP and Cyndi Rottenberg-Walker, MScPI, MCIP, RPP
  • Planning for the Long Term: Regulating for Resilience by Jill L. Grant, FCIP, RPP
  • From the High Water Mark to the Back of the Fish Flakes: The Purposeful Evolution of Cities by Beth Sanders, MCIP, RPP
  • From Codified Ethics to Co-Created Ethos: Staking Common Ground in Uncertain Timesby Ian Wight
  • Reducing Ecological Footprint through Public Artby Ugo Lachapelle
  • What Do We Know About the Provision of Parks in Our Cities? A Methodology for the Classification of Urban Parks Using GIS and Remotely Sensed Data by Philippe Apparicio, Anne-MarieSéguin, Jonathan Denis-Jacob and Thi-Thanh-Hiên Pham

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Fall 2011 – vol. 51, no. 3

Planning for Resilient Communities

Featured Articles
  • Planning For Equity in Disaster Recovery: Lessons from the Christchurch Earthquakes by John Lindsay
  • Rural Ontario: The Stories Behind the Statistics by Wayne J. Caldwell, PhD, MCIP, RPP, Jennifer Ball, PhD, MCIP, RPP, and Katie Temple, MSC (Plan)
  • The North Saanich Whole Community Agricultural Strategy by Rob Buchan, MA, FCIP
  • Local Food Hubs: A New Strategy in the Field of Food System Planning by Janine de la Salle
  • Sustainability and the Greenbelt by Robert B. Gibson, BA, MA, PhD
  • Development of a Joint Glossary of Terms for Land Use Planners and Public Health Professionals by Kim Bergeron, PhD Candidate and Lucie Lévesque, PhD
  • Creative, Communicative, and Progressive: Developing the Collingwood Urban Design Manual by Robert Voigt, RPP, MCIP

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Summer 2011 – vol. 51, no. 2

From “No Place” to Great Places: Reinventing Planning

Featured Articles
  • Urban Sprawl—The Price is Wrong by Pamela Blais, PHD, MCIP, RPP
  • How the Creative Economy is Transforming Downtown Brantford by Mark Gladysz, MCIP
  • City Planning as Ideology and Practice by Dr. Earl A. Levin
  • Planning by Design in Community—Making Great Places? By Ian Wight, PHD, MCIP
  • The Perfect Storm—Lessons from the Vancouver Olympic Village by Alex Taylor, MCIP and Christine Callihoo, MCIP
  • Bolstering the Role and Influence of Watershed Report Cards in Planning by Barbara Veale, PHD, MCIP, RPP
  • Research Note: A History of Canada’s Utopian Communities—A Legacy of Jeanne Wolfe, CM, FCIP by Beth Moore Milroy, PHD, FCIP and Brian Osborne

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Spring 2011 – vol. 51, no. 1

UBC's Parking Evolution / New Urbanism vs. Traditional / Retail Planning

Featured Articles
  • A Virtuous Circle: How Transportation Demand Management Transformed UBC, Vancouver by Andrew E. Jackson
  • Comparing Canadian New Urbanist and Conventional Suburban Neighbourhoods by Ray Tomalty, Murtaza Haider, PhD and Susan Fisher
  • Pathways to Climate Change Resilience—Guiding the Adaptation of Forest-Based Communities in Canada by Cindy Pearce and Christine Callihoo, MCIP
  • Commercial/Retail Planning Framework for Canadian Municipalitiesby Carol Mak, MCIP
  • Valuing Planning—An Ethic/Ethos in the Making? by Ian Wight, PhD, MCIP
  • Are We Graduating Too Many Planners? by Grant Moore
  • Book Review: The Geography of Aging: Preparing Communities for the Surge in Seniors by Gerald Hodge/Reviewed by Pamela Shaw, PhD, MCIP

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Winter 2010 - Vol. 50, No. 4

Climate Change + Communities: A Call to Action

Featured Articles
  • Getting To Minus 80: Urban Form Strategies for Measurably Achieving Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Targets by Elisa Campbell and Jackie Teed
  • Planning the Energy Resilient Community by Brent Gilmour, Jessica Webster and Taylor Zeeg
  • Lessons Learned from Canadian Municipal Climate Change Adaptation Case Studies by Gregory R. A. Richardson and Donald S. Lemmen
  • Toronto’s Climate Change Initiatives: Overview, the Toronto Green Standard and The Green Roof Bylaw by Joe D’Abramo and Lawson Oates
  • Scenario Planning As a Tool to Ensure Robust Adaptation: Experiences from Whitehorse, Yukon by Ryan Hennessey
  • Low Carbon Community Development in the Caribbean by Darwin Horning, Michel Frojmovic and Marcelle Linton
  • Climate Change and a Small Mountain Town: Visualizing a Rural Community’s Climate Impacts, Adaptations and Mitigation: City Of Kimberley, KCAP and CALP by Ellen Pond, Olaf Schroth, Sara Muir-Owen, Troy Pollock and Ingrid Liepa
  • Book Review - Agricultural Urbanism: Handbook for Building Sustainable Food & Agriculture Systems in 21st Century Cities by Meredith Seeton

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Fall 2010 - Vol. 50, No. 3

Nifty at Fifty: A new look for Plan Canada

Featured Articles
  • Reviving a Professional Journal: The First Issue of Plan Canada by David Gordon
  • Six Years in the Life of Plan Canada by Gerald Hodge
  • Fads, Fancies... and Form-Based Codes by Jill Grant
  • Retrospective: CIP National Planning Awards by David Gordon
  • Retrospective: Plan Canada Feature Article Awards by Ian Skelton
  • Part of the Way it Was; Canadian Planning and Planners in 1967 by Gerald Hodge
  • CIP and Affiliates by the Numbers: The Growth of Professional Planning Institutions in Canada Since 1967 by Ian Skelton
  • Planning in the Public Eye by Matti Siemiatycki
  • Integrated, Equitable, and Transformative: A Hopeful Future for Planning by Leela Viswanathan
  • La Position Ambrigue des Urbanistes : Entre Ouverture et Prise de Position by Sophie LeBlanc Van Neste
  • Renaissance Thinkers for a Fragmented World by Pierre Filion
  • Three Books on Planning by Joe Berridge

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Summer 2010 - Vol. 50, No. 2

Planners' Perspectives on Art and Culture

Featured Articles
  • How Cities Renew by Richard Florida
  • Rediscovering the Wealth of Places: Cultural Mapping and Cultural Planning in Canadian Municipalities by Greg Baeker
  • Cultural Industries and Urban Regeneration in Hoxton/Shoreditch, London by Jonathan Denis-Jacob
  • The Emergence of a Creative Enterprise District – Toronto’s Liberty Village by Reid Henry
  • Can We Have a “Creative City” Without Forgetting Social Cohesion? Some Avenues of Reflection by Juan-Luis Klein and Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay
  • Artist Live/Work Space: Best Practices and Potential Models by Michelle Geneau, Karin Kronstal, Gill McGinnis and Brendan Sutton
  • Planning for the Creative Economy: The Live Music Scene in Halifax by Jill L Grant, Jeffry Haggett, and Jesse Morton
  • Culture, the Arts and Newfoundland Place-Making by Dennis Knight
  • Planners Work in Mysterious Ways...Literary Tourism and the Imagination by Rae Bridgman
  • Book Review – A Reader in Canadian Planning: Linking Theory and Practice, Edited by Jill Grant Reviewed by Pamela Shaw
  • The Learning Curve: Can You Plan for Creativity? by Daniella Fergusson

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Spring 2010 - Vol. 50, No. 1

Planning for the Homeless

Featured Articles
  • A Word from the President by Marni Cappe
  • From the Senior Editor by Richard Milgrom
  • CIP News
  • Improving Canada’s Record on Housing and Homelessness by Michael Shapcott
  • Where the Other Half Lives: A Call for Emergency Homeless Shelter Standards by Suzanne Gessler
  • Hidden Homeless in Brandon, Manitoba: Seeking Solutions through Community Partnerships by Vince Barletta
  • Human Dignity on Main Street: Public Toilets in Canada by Rae Bridgman
  • American Pathways to Curbing Homelessness in Canada by Jino Distasio
  • Canada’s Immigration Policy: A More Focused Approach Needed by Grant E. Moore
  • Urban Change on the Horizon? Smart Growth in a Recessionary Context by Pierre Filion
  • The Developer as a Partner in Change: Defying Popular Myths by Larry Diamond
  • The Learning Curve: Housing Affordability and Homelessness in Vancouver by Daniella Fergusson

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Winter 2009 - Vol. 49, No. 4

Building A Better World: Making a Difference

Featured Articles
  • “Rural” Planning in an Urbanizing Region by Kyra McCardle
  • Tomorrow’s Transportation Demographics: Youth and Young Adults by Ren Thomas
  • Transforming Industrial and Commercial Landscapes by Greening the Business Bottom Line Partners in Project Green: A Pearson Eco-Business Zone by Chandra Sharma
  • Transportation Reframed: Creating the case for Complete Streets Policies by Stephen Hill and Steve Disher
  • New Strategies for Consultation: The Jasper Experience by Pamela Sweet and Andrew Sacret
  • Healthy Cities/Communities:An enduring approach to linking urban planning and citizen health by Victoria Barr and Jodi Much
  • The Evolving Nature of Agricultural Production: Implications for Planners by Wayne Caldwell
  • “The Ideal Urban Form” by Chris Turner
  • The Learning Curve: Looking Forward by Daniella Fergusson

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Fall 2009 - Vol. 49, No. 3

Planning without a net: The International Experience

Featured Articles
  • Young Professional Planners: Making a Difference, One Person at a Time, by Michel Frojmovic
  • CIP in China, by David Palubeski
  • A Question of Perspectives, by Hok-Lin Leung
  • Changing Perceptions: A Second Look at Costa Rican Squatters, by Enrique Peris
  • Reflections on Planning: Niagara County, NewYork & Niagara Region, Ontario, by Jenn Burnett,Wayne Caldwell, John Farley,Amy Fisk, Eric Gilbert, Kate Hall, Jen Kirchner, Jess Klug,Mitch Morawetz, Jamal Nasir, and Ying Zhang
  • Call Centres as a Strategy for Downtown Revitalization in Sudbury, Ontario, by Laura Schatz and Laura C. Johnson
  • From “Experiment” to Community Engagement: The Institute of Urban Studies Celebrates 40 Years of Research and Action, by Dr. Jino Distasio, Michael Dudley and Brodie Lister

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Summer 2009 - Vol. 49, No. 2

Food Security

Featured Articles
  • Food System Planning: Moving Up the Planner’s Ladders, by Jerome L. Kaufman
  • Canadian Approaches to the Preservation of Farmland, by Wayne J. Caldwell and Claire Dodds-Weir
  • Planning for Sustainable Livestock and Agricultural Development in Manitoba, by Sheri Grift
  • Farmland Protection and Sustainable Urban Communities in Ontario, by John Turvey and Barbara Konyi
  • Securing British Columbia’s Agricultural Land through Effective Growth Management: The Fourth Decade of
  • Agricultural Land Reserve, by Gary Hall
  • Farm Subdivisions: Preserving Farmland and/or Exurban Amenity Space? by Eric Gallant and Gerda R. Werkele
  • Planning for Urban Agriculture, by Janet Oswald
  • Toronto’s Green Roof Policy and Rooftop Food Production, by Penny Kaill-Vinish
  • Food Security on Campus, by Christine LoScerbo and Pamela Shaw
  • “Alternative” Food Outlets and Their Relevance to Policy and Planning Decisions, by Jessica Wegener
  • A Greener Revolution: An Argument for Vertical Farming, by Gordon Graff
  • Monitoring Food Security in Nuntsiavut, Labrador, by David C. Natcher, Larry Felt, Andrea Procter, and the Nunatsiavut Government
  • Urban Planning for Food Security: Reinventing City and Countryside with Jane Jacobs, by Tom Agnotti
  • Book Review – The Long Emergency: Surviving the Converging Catastrophes of the Twenty-First Century by James Howard Kunstler, Reviewed by Ken O’Brien
  • The Learning Curve: Food For Thought, by Adam Cooper

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Spring 2009 - Vol. 49, No. 1

Green Infrastructure

Featured Articles
  • From Grey to Green: The Transformation of Canada’s Infrastructure, by Karen Wilkie and Cathy Ascroft
  • Green Parking Lots: Paving the Way to a Greener Future, by Myron Belej
  • Trash Talk of a Different Kind – What Canada Can Learn From the Swedes, by Glenn Miller
  • Landscape Synergy: An Exchange of Culture, Ideas and Opportunities – CSLA Cuba 2007 Congress, by Serge Poitras, in collaboration with Claude Potvin
  • Brentwood Station Area Redevelopment Plan – City of Calgary: A Step Towards Sustainability, by Ryan Hall
  • Green with Incentives: Supporting Sustainable Infrastructure and Development, by Carla Stewart
  • Saving the Night: Efforts to Reduce Nighttime Light Pollution, by Spencer Croil
  • Refereed Article: Green Infrastructure Networks as Urban Connective Tissue, by Chris Baker, Richard Mahé, Kaeley Wiseman, and David van Vliet
  • Raising Awareness of Climate Change Adaptation in Planning, by Ian Picketts, John Curry, and Eric Rapaport
  • Condo-minimizing connectivity: The Effect of Townhouse Developments on Suburban Travel, by Blake Laven and Jill L. Grant
  • The Learning Curve – Green Infrastructure: Opportunities to Act, by Adam Cooper

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Winter 2008 - Vol. 48. No 4

The Importance of Planning

Featured Articles
  • Discussing the Northern Ontario Growth Plan, by Heather M. Hall
  • Planning for Source Water Protection by Robert Patrick
  • New Urban Planning Means Being “Proactive”: Learning Points from the Field of Strategic Environmental
  • Assessment by Bram Noble and Jill A.E. Harriman
  • Urban and Regional Planning in Atlantic Canada’s Amalgamated Municipalities by John Heseltine
  • The Print Media and Planning by R. Christopher Edey
  • Social Capital – A Planner’s Primer by Kevin Hanna and Ann Dale
  • Ending the Homelessness Phenomenon in Toronto: Thoughts for Planning by Olusola Olufemi
  • Historic Villages: Saving in Action by Sheng Ying
  • The Legacy of Colonel Jack Allston, FCIP by Ken O’Brien
  • The Learning Curve CIP’s National Annual Conference:AKA the Handover by Adam Cooper

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Fall 2008 - Vol. 48. No 3

Planning for Changing Demographics

Featured Articles
  • The Chill Factor: Land Use Conflicts and Resistance to Growth in the Toronto Region, by Gerda R. Wekerle
  • Making Small Towns Age-friendly: What Seniors Say Needs Attention in the Built Environment, by Bonnie Hallman, Verena Menec, Janice Keefe and Elaine Gallagher
  • Demographics and Planning Perspectives on Aging in Canada, by Gerald Hodge
  • "1 in 10" Means On the Ground: The City of Langford Affordable Housing Strategy, by Emilie K. Adin and Rob Buchan
  • Planning for the Seniors Surge - One municipality's response. City of Richmond's Older Adults Service
  • Plan: Acitve and Healthy Living in Richmond 2008-2012, by Lucy Tompkins
  • The Empty Space Machine: How Slow Growth Exacerbates the Ills of Sprawl, by Christopher Leo
  • Conserving a Sense of the Past: Built Heritage and Adaptive Reuse, by Jason Kovacs and Laura Schatz
  • Debunking Myths about Demand of Typical Suburban Development, by Josh van Loon
  • Refereed Article: Cost of Community Services Study as a Planning Tool: A Canadian Pilot Study in Red Deer County, Alberta, by Michael Quinn and Stephanie Sanders
  • The Learning Curve: The Wheels of Change, by Adam Cooper

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Summer 2008 - Vol. 48. No 2

Celebrating Best Practices of Indigenous Planning

Featured Articles
  • Building on Traditions of the Past: The Rise and Resurgence of First Nations CCP, by Jeffrey Cook
  • Comprehensive Community Planning in the Atlantic Region: Where We Go From Here, by Tracey L. Wade
  • The Need to Do More: Advancing Planning with First Nation Communities, by Laura Mannell and Heather Ternoway
  • "Hith Alis Lax Gwa-yas-dums" : Moving from Crisis to Hope at Gwa-yas-dums Village, Gilford Island, BC, by William Trousdale, Jeffrey Cook and Chief Bob Chamberlin
  • First Nations Comprehensive Community Planning - A Good Investment for Canada, by Colin Harivel and Colette Anderson
  • Why Hire a Planner? by Wes Shennan
  • Intergovernmental Community Planning: The Sliammon First Nation and City of Pwell River Experience, by Stephen Gallagher
  • First Nations Urban Reserves in Saskatoon: Partnerships for Positive Development, by Lorne Sully, Livia Kellett, Joseph Garcea and Ryan Walker
  • The Path Forward: First Nations Land Use Planning as a Unifying Community Process, by Rahul Ray and David Harper
  • Ts'enwecw Te TmiCW - Our Sacred Land, by Catherine Berris, Charlene Higgins and Chief Mike Retasket
    Evolution of Corporate Models in First Nation Communities,
    by John Curry and Han Donker
  • The Learning Curve: Recognizing Urban Aboriginal Populations in Canadian Cities, by Amie Baker

Celebrating Best Practices of Indigenous Planning - additional online articles

  • The Changing Legal Landscape for Aboriginal Land Use Planning in Canada, by Richard Krehbiel
  • Accelerating to Action: An Implementation Toolkit for Community Plans, by Dan Yarymowich
  • Young Aboriginal Voices in Planning - A First Nations Planner Speaks About Building Capacity in Comprehensive Community Planning, by Meagan Wilson
  • Governance and Treaty Making - The Tticho Land Use Plan, by Eddie Erasmus, Andrea Nokleby and Margaret Kralt
  • The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples - As a Global Strategic Plan, by Patrick Kelly
  • The First Nations Comprehensive Community Plan Process: Potential Impediments to Success, by Christine Callihoo
  • Defining Aboriginal Populations: The Forecasting and Planning Challenge, by Colette Isaac and David J. Stinson
  • Nunavut Land Claims Agreement Section 11.4.1(a): A New Focus for Planning in the Territory, by Vicki Mark

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Spring 2008 - Vol. 48. No 1

Planning for Climate Change

Featured Articles
  • The Basics of Climate Change, by Gerri King
  • Adapting to Climate Change in Coastal Areas: Six Steps Local Land Use Planners Can Take, by Amber Nicol
  • Climate Change: Canadian Cities are doing their share, by the Intergovernmental Committee on Urban and Regional Research (ICURR)
  • CIP Forays into Climate Change, by Beate Bowron and Gary Davidson
  • Preparing for Climate Change Impacts in local, regional and state governments, by Elizabeth Willmott
  • Urban Heat Islands: A Climate Change Adaptation Strategy for Montreal, by Chee F. Chan, Julia Lebedeva, José Otero and Gregory Richardson
  • Renewable Energy:  Exploring Options for Farmers, Rural Landowners, and Rural Communities, by Sarah-Patricia Breen
  • Local Climate Change Visioning: A New Process for Community Planning and Outreach Using Visualization Tools, by Stephen RJ Sheppard
  • Assessing Vulnerability to Climate Change and Flooding in the City of London, Upper Thames River Basin, Ontario, by Linda Mortsch and Andrea J. Hebb
  • Planning, Politics and Climate Change: Research Results, by Devin Causley
  • COMMUNITY ENERGY PLANNING: Critical Actions for Success, by Ron Macdonald and Siobhan Murphy
  • Planned Creativity - My First Planning Assignment, by Rob Roycroft
  • The Learning Curve - Food for thought…, by Amie Baker
  • Book Review: The Amenity Migrants: Seeking and Sustaining Mountains and their Cultures, Reviewed by Dan Wallace

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Winter 2007 - Vol. 47. No 4

Planning for Major Change

Featured Articles
  • Obituary - R. Norman Giffen, FCIP
  • All eyes are on Ontario as it implements the Growth Plan for the greater Golden Horseshoe
  • Bracing for the Demographic Tsunami: How will Seniors Fare in an Aging Society?
  • Calgary: Maintaining Design Integrity in Rapid Growth
  • Vancouver's Evolving Visions: The Next Era of Achievement
  • Québec 2008: Taking back the shores of the St. Lawrence River
  • Putting design back into city planning: a three-step recovery program
  • The Learning Curve: Moving the Profession into a Greener or More Environmentally Responsible Existence / L'acquisition du savoir : Amener la profession vers une existence plus verte et plus respectueuse de l'environnement
  • Book review: Multiple Victories

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Fall 2007 - Vol. 47. No 3

The challenge of the 21st century - planning the super-region

Featured Articles
  • Regional Sustainability Strategies: A Comparison of Eight Canadian Approaches
  • From Suburbanization to Super-regions: The Political Challenge Facing Canadian Metropolitan Areas and Their Central Cities
  • Will the Toronto city-region ever be self-governing?
  • Implementing a New Vision for Growth in Canada's Largest City region
  • Suburbia in the City-Region
  • Adapting to a New Planning Landscape in Waterloo Region
  • Canada in the Urban World
  • Planning on Fast-Forward: Opportunities from Unprecedented growth in Wood Buffalo
  • Super Regions - the Regional Planning Challenge of the 21st Century
  • The Learning Curve - Flexibility in Planning / L'acquisition du savoir - Flexibilité et urbanisme

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Summer 2007 - Vol. 47. No 2

Planning for Uneven Growth

Featured Articles
  • Allston Obituary
  • Living with population growth and decline
  • Planning in a Declining Region
  • Planning Challenges in Thunder Bay: optimism amongst demographic and economic shifts
  • Multi-Tasking Planners
  • Development in Peripheral Canada: Oxymoron or Reasonable Policy?
  • Refereed Paper - Planning Practice and the Shrinking City: Reversing the Land Use Allocation Model
  • The Smart Growth Gap
  • Immigrants' Needs and Public Service Provisions in Peel Region
  • The Learning Curve: Changing it Up / L'Acquisitions du Savoir : Le changement à valeur ajoutée
  • Planned Creativity / Créativité planifiée

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Spring 2007 - Vol. 47. No 1

Directions Forward: Ideas for uncertain times

Featured Articles
  • Obituary: Theresa Baxter, MCIP, ACP
  • Cycling in Canada and the United States: Why Canadians are so far ahead
  • Canada after the Peak: Evaluating Canadian cities' readiness for the new energy crisis
  • Prime Impacts: Putting Urban Design to Work for Changing Heritage Environments
  • Refereed Paper: Lost in Translation: A brief comparison of Canadian land use planning terminology
  • Refereed Paper: Design Review: Lessons for Toronto
  • Successful downtowns: some experiences from Vancouver Island
  • The 2006 Halifax Regional Plan: Process and Overview
  • Privatizing Community: The Growth of Private REsident Associations
  • Refereed Paper: Using Circles to Build Communication in Planning
  • Building Community-Based Planning Capacity in Trinidad and Tobago
  • Planning in Unplanned Communities in Mexico City
  • The Learning Curve - L'acquisition du savoir

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Summer Vol. 45 no. 2

Plan Canada Summer 2005 Vol. 45 no. 2

  • Olympic Balance: What Vancouver-Whistler Can Learn from Beijing by David Luchuk, Xu Qing and Wu Xiaojing
  • Taking the Measure of the Games: Lessons from the Field by Charles Heying, Matthew J. Burbank and Greg Andranovich
  • EXPO’98: From Idea to Legacy by Carlos Balsas
  • The 2010 Winter Olympics: The Role of Planners in the Economic Realm by Eric Vance
  • Legacy of Grandeur: the 1976 Olympic Games by Jeanne M.Wolfe
  • A Framework for Measuring Olympic Sustainability by Julia MacKenzie
  • 2005 World Expo in Aichi, Japan: An Environmental Challenge by Sylvie Grenier
  • Urbanité Exchange Choosing the Site for Expo 67 by Guy Legault
  • Urban Planning and Ethnic Diversity: Toronto and Tel Aviv by Oren Yiftachel and Itzhak (Kiki) Aharonovitz
  • Formation of an Ethnic Enclave: Process and Motivations, by Sandeep Kumar and Bonica Leung
  • Great Canadian Transit Abroad:A Personal Perspective, by Richard von Fuchs
  • Rethinking the Public Interest as a Planning Concept, by Jill Grant

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Spring 2005 Vol. 45 No.1

Spring 2005 Vol. 45 No.1

  • Refereed Paper - Planning for Rural Amenity Migration by Raymond Chipeniuk
  • Canada’s Hidden National Crisis by Norman Pearson
  • Stratford Leads the Way to a New Model for Suburban Development by Fanis Grammenos
  • A Simple Model of Urban Density by Martin Laplante
  • Competing for Public Space: How Maritime Cities Have Accommodated the Sidewalk Café by Kim Livingston
  • What Planners Need to Prepare for Climate Change: Responses to a Questionnaire by Norval Collins
  • The National Planning Framework for Scotland:
  • Lessons for Canada in Strategic Planning by Tremayne Stanton-Kennedy
  • New Visions for Scotland’s Cities by Deborah Peel and Greg Lloyd
  • Land Use Planning in China: The Emergence of a Western Model by Howard M. Epstein
  • Calgary’s Midtown: Actively Shaping a 100-Year Vision by Michael von Hausen, Larry Pollock and Thom Mahler
  • Book Review: American Planning Association (APA) Policy Guide on Homelessness

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